Re: Opposite of "interactively"?

Subject: Re: Opposite of "interactively"?
From: Mitchell Maltenfort <mmalten -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2005 17:25:48 -0400

It's an interesting question. What word means the oppostive of "interactive?"

Scripted? Inflexible? Insensitive? Bureaucratic? Formalized?

> >
> > Kevin asked:
> For use in computer-related documentation:
> > If someone has used the term "interactively" to lead off a
> > bullet-point about a shell that prompts the user for needed
> > info, then what "-ively" word can I use to lead off the
> > contrasting bullet about the command-line option, where there
> > are no prompts and you pile all the arguements into the one
> > command??

I can answer any question.
"I don't know" is an answer.
"I don't know yet" is a better answer.


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